ON Saturday the Nigel Wixon Ruby Trophy took place at Enmore Park Golf Club, attracting an entry of 145 members, writes Richard Walsh.

The competition was won by Jeffrey Carter, whose 43 points put him ahead of Dan Andison (41), Adrian Brain (40) and Chris Grimshaw (39).

After last year’s enforced cancellation, the 2021 Captains Day went ahead, with 176 members competing in a friendly spirit.

The overall winners were Adrian Keates, Ian Edwards, Dave Keates and Chris Grimshaw, with 93 points, who pipped Ben Filler, Nigel Redman, Richard Sykes and Gethin Pye by a single point.

The added prize for the best dressed team was won by lady captain Julie Blumgart, captain elect Jackie Woodman, Barry Woodman and Alastair Wyatt.

Irene Dickinson, Debra Perry and Nicola Toller, with 65, were the winners of the Ladies Section 18-hole Texas Scramble on Wednesday, ahead of second-placed Rachel Johnson, Lorraine Taylor and Wendy Walker (66), and Betty Edney, Janet Hambly and Marilyn Turrell (67).

The nine-hole Texas Scramble was won by Carolyn Blackwood, Lorna Parker and Lynn Slocombe (36).

This week the Ladies into Golf enjoyed a session on pitching which ended with a fun competition and some very positive comments from each about what they want to improve upon.

The Junior Club Championships has taken place, and Tom Canavan won the scratch competition with rounds of 75 and 73, while Matthew Lee won the nett with 67 and 72.

Enmore Seniors held their first qualifier of the season on Thursday, with 69 entrants playing for the Ray Hancock Tankard, and four players tying on 39 stableford points.

Following countback the winner was Dave Winn, with Barrie Webster second, Dave Pascoe third and Tony King fourth.

On Tuesday, Enmore Seniors beat their Burnham & Berrow counterparts 4-2, thanks to wins by Tim Smith and Chris Willsteed, Peter Scott and Rob Fear, John Earp and Mike Sullivan, and Paul Waplington and Tony Pomeroy.

The Seniors followed this up with a 3-3 draw at Wells.